South College extends help to Pittsburgh Career Institute students needing to finish education

PITTSBURGH — South College has extended assistance to students of Pittsburgh Career Institute who will need to complete their education upon the school’s closure.

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In a news release, South College said a transfer agreement for students who need to complete their healthcare program is in the works.

“These students need to stay on track to graduate and be prepared to enter their chosen healthcare fields,” South College Chancellor Steve South said. “We don’t want the academic ambitions of these students to lose momentum, and South College would welcome the opportunity to help them complete their education.”

The transfer agreement will include students in diagnostic medical sonography, medical assisting and surgical technology programs.

Any current Pittsburgh Career Institute students interested in enrolling at South College can click here for additional information, or call 724-720-9500.

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